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N nrBER 6710 WASHINGTON THURSDAY EVENING MAY 19 1910 PRICE O3TE CENT
ED EDUGATETHECHILDORLD UllCATETraiU UllCATETraiUKJffiTffilfflJ CATE THE CHILD CHILDANDSAVETHEWORLD
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SAYS II S S PRESIDENT PRESIDENTHead
Head had of Christian ChristPRESIDENT ChristPRESIDENTian ian Conven Convenfioii Conventioo Convention
fioii Thinks Evangelization Evangelizationof
of Young ParamountGREAT Paramount Param unt untGREAT j jGREAT
GREAT GATHERING GATHERINGOPENS GATHERINGOPENS GATHERINGOPENS
OPENS WITH SONGS SONGSRepresentatives SONGSReprese SONGSReprese
Representatives Represe tat ati 1IeS s of 51 Nations Arej ArejPresent Are ArePresent ArePresent
Present With Tbousaads of ofAmencaa ofAmericaR ofAlnelieaR
Amencaa Church C WorkersW Workers WorkersWtf j jWtth
W Wtth the great Convention San pack paekohurch packe4 pse k ked
e4 le every 7 JIOCIIIt aad craaay ohurch ohurchmom cInmh1 cInmh1oC1KQre ehurcbmea
mom of Hrtyee aathms with thousands thousandsof t i ior
or CIIri WCKkem III a song service serviceof
of praise formal opened the sixth sixthWorlds sixthis i iWec1ds
Worlds Sunday Su day School Conventfcm this thisafternoon thisafternoonD is I IJa
afternoon afternoonBmteect afternoonD afternoonDlit
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lit lay Ja rerhriong relt Ions work workers and ande andclergya
e clergya btA ergyaie > ea from om aearry every comer ofthe of ofthe ofthe
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the globe mtaafemarfes nk ioaarks ri frown farO faroffKorea fairoiCKet <
Ket Korea K ea from darkest < Africa from super superstitious superstidoas ¬
stitious Oriental Ode tal dimes lid even from fronattend f fie7 fromley
ie7 Grteaiamd Crt 1 canoe cameto to Waatoa W to toattend
attend tbe worlds convention and gath gathered ptitere41 gatbered ¬
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ered for the first time in Ooaveatloa OoaveatloaHatf c cHaJI CaneadoaHal
Hal today todayPractically todayPracdatly
Practically tocIa7PnMtIeaiIT all the delegates and as asmaay asrnJQ asmashy
maay visitors as tile ball would hold holdwere holdwere i iJa
were m their seats a ts by y 3I 2M JI oclock Proloa Pro Proon i iaJllPlau8e
loa ed applause greeted ed the appearance i
7 on tiro fa platform of the Rev Dr F X 11 BMeyer XMeyer
Meyer the distingutehed president of ofthe oCUte eCthe
the i aoaocnitlon I c who only recently com oumplelod completed ceaaI ceaaIa ¬
pleted a world tour on behalf of thewend the thrworM I IworIII
worM boa I saorenient saorenientGreatest mov M ent entGreateot L
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Greatest III f Sa sg g Ser ServkesMany ServicesMany ees eesy
Many y elergymen m the audience who whohad wholand i ihad
had atf attsdxs > na > great Sreat gatherings hi vari variouc van vanous I I0U8
ouc parts of the world declared theyhod they theyhad tbe71 tbe71RId
had seldom experienced IeIIced such an pIn iseptraties tewptratfcva i it
ties t ax tfcTt fan by the service of ofTbe ofroag II
1OBIf with which the mewing opened opeaedThe openedThe
The since program was arranged and aadX andewadueted I IUltided
Ultided und 1DIder the e dirxtien iCtiea or ProII ProIIB Pici Picia
X O 2xoeU xod1 and Prof Percy S Foster FosterThe FesterThe I ITIM
The scripture m 1 em sou was read lid a aston apnIIIW spayer
pnIIIW deivorOd by the Rem Earl c CNDI CNDII4DD n s sstoa
ston IX D Pisasp of the Methodist MethodistBaeBospal X XKlltcry IdetbsdistEpieopl
BaeBospal church CbnrchTae CburdLTIt churchTlie
TIt C4mve tie Ser Sere SereTh m mnM
Tae Th ea event + arrt of O the afternoon was the thepreached tIaeI theoaasamdon
oaasamdon I aarson preached III Id by Dr Drthe Drt DrDFeirest
DFeirest t mho took tar 11 text tile e eGIld sec second
GIld wense tIC the ei eighth P which wtaJcItr whichrases
r Out or the months oC bMte bMtenIo ad adsuckiih
suckiih > a9s Thou balM eee4 eee4t streogtih streogtihthat
t t Thou mitt un the eDeI8T eDeI8Tt and andthe
the avenge aveagerDr aT aTDr avengeDr
Dr Meyer made a plea for tin tington reII reIIgIoa reitglee
glee of the cnOd cia That religioa L Ldared e de dedared de dedlued
dared was the type that must aid ultiagneetfe 1I1Umate17 aid1matey
mate17 CAeICORM tile wWI4 wWI4ne wmr1dThe
ne beadum We suggested dIItei 11 M MII theDc
agneetfe II DC Meyer said was that thatthe thatued1 thatthedt
the ued1 thedt dignity pity of God was so great that he hecould heC hecould
C could not interest e htaraetf ta the airs aalatrsof ainJof airsof
of men But surely the greatness of ofGod ofG4 oCGod
God implies his willingness wm to stoopeven stoop stoopeven 1ItoOpt4
even to the most ot minute When Christteeth Christ Christwhich ChristteeI
teeth a did la n his arms It seemed to tobe 0 0De
De the sy 81boI boi of the way in which the theAtmfehty theA theAiRi
AiRi A Atmfehty hty Y is always s stooping over thefresh the tberre j
fresh yoaag ag geaeratiOM as they pour pourforth pourforth
forth to pay weir part for a brief time timehi ttmeIn timein I
In the tIMwortd tIMwortdE worldEvasgejiae world worldEvasfefee
Evasfefee E the CMHrea CMHreaIt C Cht drem dremIt
It wa wa Christ who discovered ered the theebHd thechild i ieIdId
child lie tcld k 1d us the latent t possttrillttes possttrillttesctae porIhI porIhIthet pomlldUtidiet a
diet dietoer oer within It aDd baa given the thedye i
dye ts Is r evangemmaon evangemmaonthe I
T + 10 h have we concentrated oarI our ourseivou
seivou oxc xorely oa the d deCra ed dedthe a aed Del Delthe
the outcasts ouim Tie church will be better bettermsated I
ouimtSts msated I tSts ed if she throws more ener enerito enerto I
U to that great mission for whichnvention which whichT
the > SuDClaY 8C cODVe co coDr nvention Uoa stands staDDr I
T Dr > r Meyer tyex said id there were strong strongforces stroagf strongfochea
forces f fw f r the disntegration of society societybut Iet71 societybut
of Christendom and aadof audoC andof
but 1 that the hope i iwbea
of heathen lands toy in the children childrenpower childreaft
ft whoa they had been bright under the hepower
power of Christ ChristIt tIt I
It fe not enough to educate only only Dr DrMeyer DrIeI DrMeyer
Meyer declared Children ChiM rso rsog must be evan evanSeUzed 1 1gelDed
gelDed g He said that Christ must be beformed hethe I If
formed f in the heart of ofat the child and andthat andthat
that at there was no limit to the possi possibilities sibOttles possibilities ¬ II IIthat
bilities in Its maturity maturityThe 1IIt1IritYrIM maturityThe
The Worlds Sunday s School Conven Conventtoa CodvenI Codvendoa
doa the speaker continued means meanstbe meansthe i
the inspiration la of hope for the world worldthrough worldthrough I Ith
through th the childFeollcwfiag child childFollcwmg i iFoIkwiD
Follcwmg < the address a reM of Dr Meyer Meyerthe 3leyerthe
the report of the chairman of the execu executive executive executive ¬ I
tive committee e mru dttee was read by Dr George GeorgeW Ge 1Xe 1XeW
W Bailey BaileyReport BaileyReport
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Report ReH rt e ef the Executive Ex 1ltive < Chairman ChairmanThe ChairmanThe I
The report consists of a review of a aera awork
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work done by the association aDd aDden emr emrere
era twentythree printed pages Thai Thaigreatest TlaeportIoA Theportion
portion of t tile report UeteDed 18 with withgreatest wttgreate
greatest t interest were the recommeada recommeadaCoaturaed nICOIIIRleRllaOoIIthnied recommendaContiaued
Coaturaed on SIxth PageWEATHER Page PageVEATHER PageVEATHER
VEATHER REPORT REPORTTesvperatures REPORTTperatres REPORTTeaatperatures
Tesvperatures have generally ly ly61toept rraeaexcept rkien rkienexoopt
except la New inWand Wandany England d but are not aotmra BOt notysssnaiiyhigh
mra ysssnaiiyhigh nUryhigh in in any locality localityregie JocaJltyIt
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COMMISSIONERS COMMISSI01 ERS FAVOR FAVORUNIVERSAL FAVORUNIVERSAL FAVORUNIVERSAL
UNIVERSAL TRANSFERS TRANSFERSi TRANSFERSProvision i
Provision for Fine of 100 for f o Any Refusal to t Give orAccept or orAccept orAccept
Accept One Recommended As Amendment toPending to toPending j jPending
Pending Measure
5aggsting g that the measure bei beifor 1Hadld beamended
amended M as tD provide a Stine oC 100 100for WXO WXOfor
for any street eel rattway eeospaoy T or any anyeCfieer BYemeer anybeer
beer or agent thereof t site shall refuse refuseinlsslonQEB refu8etie
tie I or accept a trier the Com ComIMIB Comtsiednera
inlsslonQEB IMIB today tode forwarded to Congress Oasressfavorable Congressa s svoraWe
a favorable report on the ueiversal ueiversaltransfer tsersal tsersaltransfer e1 e1traa
transfer traa Mil which l has as passed theHoaee the theTbe theHottM
HottM HottMThe HoaeeThe
The purpose e of the legislation legl Is to re require re reqtdre rere ¬
quire re the interchange of oCCree free traafers fey feythe 1Jytile bythe
the lines of the Capital Traction Com Company Cornpuny ¬
puny the Washington gtoft Battway Ba way and andJtteetriQ aD4JIIeetrla andBlect
Blect JtteetriQ Company aaj ute Alexandria Alexandriaaad A1exaBdrlaIMl
and 3it Vernon RaBroiay y Company at attheir attheir attheir
their several intersecting jpsntsla jpsnts ptsIs ts ts1ft
la a a letter to Senator Gouger chair chairman chalrmini chairt ¬
t man sn of the Senate Committee on theDistrict the theDistrict
District of Columbia the Commissionersretort Commissioners Commissionersreport
report as follows followsThe followsCoIDmIuIoners followsThe
The Commissioners have ha in the pact pactJAILS putCALLS
CALLS STEEL Y YE YSensational HILLS HILLSSensational MI i
E SLAUGHTER HOUSES HOUSESSensational
Sensational Charges Cha ges Made MadeAt MadeAt MadeAt
At Hearing on HealthDepartment Health HealthDepartment
Department Bill BillA
A aeaaatioBal arsvmeat an1IIDeIIItW15 ar amnmt was made by byArthur byrtIHI byArthur
Arthur E E Holder of the American Fed Federation Fecleradoa Federation ¬
eration of Labor before the Senate SenateCommittee SeIDaecmtttee SenateCommittee
Committee on Public Health today m mfavor IRof ifavor
favor of the qreattoa of a department t e of ofpublic
public hearth He Hee spoke of maay of the thesteel
steel plants te Pew PRDIs as alaagkter slaugh slaughter h ¬
ter houses nonces and alldI added addedT
I have a been told t that even nmrder nmrderdead 1IItInIerIs
Is wItte4 Ia t hca hesp4Ial tal c oDe of
the steel plants Oft the theory that a adead
dead ma man te better than a crippled crippledrifice
Bolder said there was a terrible sac sacrtdce
rifice of health and We in factories factoriesdue fnctorleedue
due d1I18aalUuT to bad sanitary uuiidltlaam < a tR defective defectiveployes defecUveWlaCllIIIery defectiveneeehtmery
WlaCllIIIery and tile OY eveerworitiap Wa Of em empIoye
ployes He felt that a national health healthdepartment bealtdepartmeat healthdepartment
department might bt cause an Improve hnprovemeat Improvemeat improvemeat
meat ra these conditions eoDdltioRAm conditkosAinbeaeador conditionsAmbassador
Ambassador Am U8 r la h1Ies h1IesA aires airesA
A aewaaap I Jer eltaBtsjg reed ts tt1 the theooetdUee th than
COIRMIUee motes that a asetpy asetpya I IU
an U a were killed in Ohio that the As Astrhprambasoadcr taotridoibeeeader I
trhprambasoadcr rabe W f had determined t t1 eelupon eel eaMStates ean1qMJG
upon his ls government 1IteII to ask the UJdted VattedStates i
States to apply a remedy remedySenator reutedySellter emeedySenator
Senator Smoot said Ohio members of ofl ofCfMl ofCesgreas
l Congress CfMl rEJ18 < had denied the report reporti reportR
i R S S Woodward president of the Carneirie Car Carnegie CarJMIifrie ¬
negie Institution informed the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee that the economic return in the way wayof W7of wayof
of increased earning power by em employes employes empioyes ¬
ployes Ia the shops would greatly exceed ex exceed exceed ¬
ceed the expense of maintaining a ahealth ahealth ahealth
health deprtm department departmentSnrg ut utSurg t tSorl
Snrg Gen Walter Wyxnan of the Ma Marine JIartne Marine ¬
rine Hospital Service said the thecJepartmeat proposed proposeddepartment proposeddepartment
department would be valuable In pro promoting proJIIOtiDg p pmeting ¬
meting international sanitation dMl rat ratmight It Itmight ItJlUdat
might lead to the improvement of cond con conditions COIIdtdons ¬
d ditions as In unsanitary eouatries that thatbreed tbUbreed thatbreed
breed diseases which whiare are spread all over overthe overthe overthe
the world worldAdvantage
Advantage in Epidemics iEpideaucsOea Epi emicsGEm
GEm George N Sterabarg former formersurgeon twmerIRI formersurgeon
surgeon IRI general of the army dedfcreil dedfcreilthat
that epidemics of yellow fever and some someother someother someother
other diseases could be handled betterby better bettely
1 by y national than by local forces forcesDr f0rce8Dr forcesDr
Dr J S S Fulton of Baltimore and Dr DrJ DrJ DrJ
J B B Gregg Custte of tate citY also fav favored fav0l8d farored ¬
ored the btUThe MIL MILThe BlILThe
The bill Is opposed by the National NationalLeague NatJoaaILe8gue NationalLeague
League of Medical x lca1 Freedom which whichi wtJIccau whichcaused
i caused Senators today to be showered showeredwith showeredwWI showeredwith
with thousands of telegrams epaIaS of protest protesthealth protestnst protestagainst
against nst tM creation or a department of ofhealth ofhealth
health Senator Depew alone received receivednearly recelTedaearlT receivednearly
nearly lflM 1 Opponents of the bill will willbe willbe wiltbe
be given a hearing tonight by tIM com committee eGIIImtttee coattnittee ¬
mittee mitteeIt mttteeIt
It will l be charged eblU gecl by the opposition oppositionthat oppositionthat
that the measure Is an attempt upon thepart the thepart thepart
part of the allopaths to obtain a mon monopoly moeopoly ¬
opoly and crush out other schools of ofcures ofcures ofcures
cures by gaining control of o t tfes > o proposed proposedFederal pEOpOSedFederal proposedFederal
Federal department departmentBUIE15 departmentBLAME
BUIE15 BLAME IS PLACEDBY PLACEDBY PLACED PLACEDBY
BY CHERRY JURY JURYViolation JURYViolation JURYViolation
Violation of Mining Laws LawsWith LawsVith LawsWith
With Inspectors Con Consent Consent Consent ¬
sent Is eVrdict eVrdictPRDfCETON e eVrdictPRINCETON VrdictPRINCETON
PRINCETON HI May M 1tVloIadon 1tVloIadonof Violation Violationof
of the minted 1I law a with the knowledge knowledgeaad JIOwledgeaBcl
and consent of mine inspectors IJl8P Is held heldresponsible heklJiMI1OR heldresponetble
responsible htle for the death of 2CS miners minerste
te the St Paul coal mine at Cherry III IIIlast III1Mt IIIlast
last November according eCOr to a verdict re returned re returned returned ¬
turned by the Jury There were 5 58 sep aeparate eplte separste
arate verdicts returned returnedThe returnedThe
The cause e of the fire which brought broughtabout broughtabout broughttabout
about > the disaster er Is charged 4Jd to care carei eareIe carelesnnee
i lesaestc in handling the carload of hay hayl haywhkh
l which caught fire near the air shaft shaftMEXICANS sbaftMEXICANS
1 I 1I MEXICANS ALARMED ALARMEDBY
BY EARTH TREMORS TREMORSMEXICO
MEXICO CITY May 39 BEarth Earth tre tremors treors iremoos ¬
ors today shook the slopes of Colima Colimaaad Colimalid Collinsand
lid tt the e country about the volcano ac according acconIIng according ¬
cording to advices received here hereCoratD hersCemtns
CoratD CoID Cemtns on top of rumblings rumbl and de detonations de deioaatto defonations ¬
tonations extending ex over several aeveratcreated tJter days daysthe daysthe
the shocks created panic is among amon the Inhabitants in inhabitants ¬
believed
habitants who believed the volcano no is isabout isabout isabout
about to erupt eruptMILLIONAIRE eI11PtMILLIONAIRE eruptMILLIONAIRE
MILLIONAIRE CRUSHED
SAN FRANCISCO F May tt 1tsteppiag 11Steppingfront Stepping Steppingfrom
from the elevator Iaa fafate 11III hotel while the thecage tbecage thecage
cage was la mode i dais Joseph Griffin GrKaaa GrKaaatre a ajnlTHnnHhe aminotefre
jnlTHnnHhe tre of St Thomas Ont was wasciiished W1InIIS1aeIl wasci
ciiished ci bM to death He was seventy years yearsof yearset yearsd
of age
consistently consist oatly given their apprevl te the thenmtt tJtetur themttbr
tur nmtt r of universal transfers and have havemet havemet ve vemet
met all the objections of the railway railwaycomparJes railwayCOiIIIMU railwaycornares
comparJes COiIIIMU cornares = es ats tothe to the matter of finaee finaeeaad ADaceaM Anaaoeand
and administrative Mllldal trattve difficulties wi with the thestatement UtestatenteDt thestatement
statement of their belief that the finan financial JIcIl fiaancdal ¬
cial burden which would be imposed imposedby S tposedbvtbe
by bvtbe the passage a of such a bill would lOt aotbe lOtb notbe
be b heavy and the administrative dif dfileulty difficulty liltI ¬
AcuIty easily surmountablei surmountableiThe surmountable surmountableThe
The proposition of the interchange InterobaDgacj InterobaDgacjtran interchangetransfers C Ctransfers
transfers tran between the competing rail railway raIIwa railway ¬
way wa lines Is one involving dtetteot dtetteotaad d dac1 disdeatand
and great oosrenlence oo enlence to the railWay rafcwaytraveling railWaytraTeUDg raUwagtraveling
traveling public U1 > 11c The Incidental fi IDa financial IDacIAl an andal ¬
cial lose to the railway ra way companies would uIdbe wouldbe wouldbo
be very aUght and should be required requiredfranchises req lredor
or theta In view of the tact that Ute UtefraAe thefranchises
franchises fraAe 1 of these e companies are vatoa vatoajab2 yaJubJ valnabi
jab2 bJ practically perpetual and certaia certaiaily ce ceJy certaiftly
ily Jy not more than moderately taxed taxedG1ETEO taxedKAISER taxedKAISER
KAISER IN LONDON LONDONGREETED LONDONGREETEOBYGEORGE
GREETED GREETEOBYGEORGE GREETEOBYGEORGERulers BY GEOffiRulers GEORGE GEORGERulers
Rulers Embrace With Tears Tearsand Tearsand Tearsand
and Kisses Waiting WaitingThrong WaitingThrong WaitingThrong
Throng Drenched DrenchedLOSTDON DrenchedLONDON DrenchedLONDON
LONDON May ItTBe H The Kiag of Sag Sagland JIaCJaJICI saglead
land and the Emperor of Germany Germanyembraced GermaII78DIhraeed Germanyembraced
embraced each other odt with tears teankaes and aadkisses andkisses
kisses at the Victoria curia station sca OB at a BOOR aoontoday BOORMda7 noontoday
today whoa the Kaiser arrived arrivedaad am amrJe arrivedrho
rJe XaI nephew or the theJHIPUbIrly dead Xing Xingand
and popularly credited with being the thearea tileareIt thearCk
area foe of Sa0and BYR nd appeared deeply deeplyroyal deeplyM deeplymoved
moved M as he greeted e4I King Gfttoqe Ges rse his hisroyal
royal 10 comets The two rulers exchanged exchangedkisses evoa evoak exci ngod ngodkisses
kisses on either cheek cheekTfe eMekn cheekThe
Tfe n meeting took place on the station stationplatform tadoAorm MattespLdorm
platform orm Lord Roberts headed the taeeeptlOa re reception septlon ¬
ception ptlon committee that met the Kaiser Kaiserat
at Port Victoria and accompanied him himto htto himto
to London LoDdoDTae LondonT LondonThe
T The > Duke ekDm of Cornwall tile heir appar apparent apparent uppereat ¬
ent the Duke of Conaawht C brother of ofthe etbe ofthe
the dead King Prince deary of Prus Prussia Pruaala ¬
sia brother L the Kaiser and andof ea ofa a a large l JarwerOUP largegroup largegroup
group ofeno 01 ao1emen ne lemen emen were at Ute station statioato
to welcome the Kaiser who was taken takenat fIeRat takenat
at once to the Buckingham Bee ktnghann Palace Palaceprayerfully
Kneeling Xaeel prayerfully beside the t oaf ¬
fin i iarch the body or 111 1IIIek 1IIIekr and andT andtrltte
r t
trltte ° to u1 The ecdaeed ecdaeedonarchs eC eCrcta
onarchs arch s memory
The Kaiser accompanied by Slag XJa
George Geo e V and Kiag Albert of BelStum Bel
glum du drove together to Westminster WestminsterShortly
Hall Shortly before tore they were due duethe ue
the t public which had been passingrapid passing pa
in rapid file before be tore the coffin was wasstopped W8topped wasstopped
stopped and the doors dosed ed When
Emperor William descended de c ded from the thecarriage thecarriages
carriage be carried in his hands a amagnificent a1DagaUkeDt amagnificent
magnificent wreath which he took in inside inside ¬
side himself and deposited depo on Ute lid lidof lidof
of the coffin coffinHe cotanHe coftnHe
He gazed for some time and then thenstepped Ueatepped thenstepped
stepped backward and knelt on the thesteps thesteps
steps of o the ctfalqua and prayed prayedsilently prayedsilently
silently for some moments The royal royalparty royalhurriedly
I party then hurriedly left and the on onward onrah ¬
ward march rah o of oUte the mourning J nubile publicpast nubilepast ubllc1NL8t
past the coffin was resumed resumedStreets re resumedStreets uJlMdStreets
1NL8t
Streets Thronged ThrongedThis ThrongedTd
This being the last day that King l Ed Edwards Edward d dwards ¬
wards body will lie in state the larg largest Jarge largeet ¬
est crowd of the week gathered around aroundWestminster arOWklW aroundWestminster
W Westminster Hall a < i i by 6 oclock this thismorning thisJIIOCDIDg thismorulag
morning when the doors were thrown thrownopen thrownopea thrownopen
open there wax W a waiting Hae nearly
two miles k long 1oIIgHUDdrct longHnndr n nHundreds
Hundreds Hnndr in th tDu e throng were women womenentrance womanwet
wet had remained II night dOse to the theeatrDce theentrance
entrance of Westminster Hall refusing
to be driven to Ih > shelter lter by the numerous numerousthunder numerousthunder
thunder sbowe sboweOwing bewe01lt1a showeOwing
Owing to the previous nights prostra prostratioas
does the police allowed those who spent
the ascot ni Dlcht ht around the hall to use camp campchairs campI campchairs
chairs but this i did not leseen the num l ¬
ber of those who collapsed ed from then theirtrying thentrying
I trying vigiL During the night ambu ambulances amboJaDces ambulances ¬
lances removed ed more than fifty who whowere whoI whowere
were overcome by exhaustion exhaustionTroops exha exhaustionTroops ft ftTroops
I
Troops Arrivng ArrivngTomorrow ArrivngTomorrow ArrivngTomorrow
Tomorrow when the dead de 41 ruler rul r will willbe willbe Ill Illbe
be laid in his sepulchre the pomp of ofkings ofk ofkings
kings will overshadow the nations nationsgrief Dationsgrief nationsgrief
grief griefTfat griefThat
griefTIRLt
That fewer might be disappointed disappointedit
it was intimated this afternoon that thatthe tilattlM thatthe
the doors of Westminster would w u1d be bekept bekept bekept
kept open till midnight instead of oflb r
16 oclock rhls Tiiis would have been beendone beencIoDe beendone
done test night had It not been for
the crush wfiich ch snapped triple cor corthe C4 r
I dollS of police and threatened to send sendt
t the hysterical crowd of mourners into intopanic intopanic
panic panicExtra paDlcExtra panicExtra
I Extra details of police guarded the
lines today to guard against lI repe ¬
tition of the danger dangerThe dangerThe dangerThe
I The court removed today from
Buckingham B1Id Bgham Palace to Windsor Windsorwhere WindsorwJtere Windsorwhere
where the final funeral services will
be held tomorrow The removal was wasaccomplished wasCCGmpHshed wasaccomplished
accomplished quietly
I This afternoon the vanguard of oftomorrows
M troops that will participate in
tomorrows t lllOrrows pageant began to arrive arrivei
i from Aldershot and other military mnita mnitaeenters
I I centers centersj
j In the squares parks and streets
I I bivouacs were established and by mid midI
I j night tonight London will resemble reseMblea
a city Bndf under r martial a tlal Jaw Jaw Tent cities citieswill
jwill I will be bi pitched in the theparks parks but so
I great is i s the army arm that all the soldiers soldierscannot soldierscannot
cannot secure even these accommo ¬
I datlons and certain streets were to ¬
day commandeered for their use use traf ¬
fic being deflected while they estab ¬
lished camps Preparations were weremade weremade
made for fully 15609 men to sleep In
the open openROOSEVELT opeaROOSEVELT openROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT CHEERED CHEEREDIN
IN LONDON STREETS STREETSLONDON STREETSLONLON
LONDON LO ON May 19 19Accompanied Accompanied by
two tried and trusty companions of his hismating ht3IUB hishunting
mating IUB days Colonel Roosevelt today todayset todayset todayset
set out on a quiet < sightseeing tour of ofold
oW Lo His i companions were we Seth
Bullock friend of his ranchman daya dayaoa dayaI dayson
oa the Western plains and R Po J Cun Cunntea CnI
I ntea nhighame ame the noted English bid bj game me
I hunter who was the principal guide guideand guideaml
and counselor of the Roosevelt v xpedl edi
tion through thr the African jungle and
lion country countryCoionei eountryCoIeaeI countryColonel
Colonel Roosevelt tried in Tin t1n to lomake tomat
make Ute i e trip as a private citizen but butrecognized
be ws recognized I bd wherever th the partywent party partywent parlYweJK
went Even E the British public famed
for tfce deliberation dell with which it ac accustosBs lie accsstaoo
custosBs itself to nev neveity lty ltyr ha < i akea
the cotooet tojts in Its heart t a atMl wjierefor W whets re Rey
h he goes oaOrasfeatic IItl LYI crowQB gather te techeer
cheer cheerI
I I y
CANNOT FINO LETTER LETTERBALLINGERASSERTS I IBALLINGER
BALLI1ER BALLINGERASSERTS ASSERTS ASSERTSi ASSERTSMissive I IJ II
i 1i I i J 1W
Missive From George GeorgePerkins W WPerkins WPerkins
Perkins of J P Morgan MorganCoM MorganCo
CoM Co Is Missing MissingLAWLER MissingLAWLER MissingLAWLER
LAWLER SAYS GLAVIS GLAVISWAS GLAVISWAS GLAVISWAS
WAS UNTRUTHFUL UNTRUTHFULBrandeis UNTRUTHFULBrandGis
Brandeis BrandGis Declares It Is Necessary Necessaryto
to Criticise the Letter of ofPresident ofPresident t
President Taft TafLThe I IT1te 1The
II II I I
The Congressional le Investigation of the theSecretary tbeSeerMacy theSecretary
Secretary of the Interior started off offheated otrwItIa offwith
with sues heated tilts between Attorney Attorneyaae AttorneyBrandeis
Brandeis aae several members of o thecommittee the thecommittee theca
committee uDlttee today todaySenator tD todaySenator lay laystor
Senator Neboa read a letter from Secretary Sec Secretery Secre
retery BaHtoger declaring that a search searchoC searchoCu searciof
oC oCu hi files had not remitted re in locating locatingwur JocatlI1S11Jer locatingsay
say ether 11Jer letters to or from George GeorgeV
V v Perkins of J P Morgan Co nor noraajr norCCMrespDRdeftce norany
any correspondence cot of his with the Mor Mori MoIexcept Moreyadleate
i gaa nugjBnnhelm syndicate except nine nineletters nineNt ninelectors
letters Nt all of which referred to the nam naming namIDE naznlug ¬
lug of curtate i fiords and glaziers eI3 In Ini inAItuIIuI inAlaska
i Alaska These letters were e from Perkins Per Periklna Perk PerBnuIdeIs
iklna iklnaBraadefts
kinsBrandeis
Braadefts asked a 4 for the dates of theletter the thej theJetten
j letters lettersIt
It IB extremely important put In InSeamtor Instor inSenator
Senator Sutherland with deep doe sarcasm sarcasmi sarC8mDId sarcasml7d
i DM the Department teDt of the Interior aterlortuaUT ac actaatty actuaUy
taatty aoceed to a request by Mr Per Perkins Perto Perline ¬
line a as to the naming DIII jf these places placesBraadeis placesBruIcIea placesBrandeis
Braadeis attempted to explain but butSenators bu butSenators t tSeDator
Senators Sutherland and Nelson and andRepresentative anIVltlTe analRepresentative
Representative VltlTe Obnetead otm all objected objectedFinally objectedF1a11y objectedFinally
Finally BrDilhIs Brand is demanded this and andwithout andwithout andwithout
without waiting waltin for permission called call at attntian atJItl1I i iwndon
tntian to the facts that there was one oneletter onef I IJetter
letter m maatloaed ntio Dt i d among th for correspond correspondence
f eace already produced oduced which was evi evidently eriUy evidestly ¬
dently Uy missing missingAt ID IDAt mimingAt
II At his snujrestlon KkD Chairman Neonlanfy Nelson Nelsonanally NeI80RdJreeted
anally directed the department t to tosearch to18eU tosearch
search agate au particularly for this mIa zateStT mIaM ntisshe
18eU she sheThe StT StTThe The M letter rrtdcntly coatateod an In Invttatton invttadert
vttatton from Petktas to Secretary Bal Halss BalIineers BaI311I 1
Iineers ss son 311I Edward Ed to go to Alaska Alaskawith 3Uaskaw1th
f with him himOscar IdJaI
fi Oscar LawlerAAandetant Lawler Asststaat Attorney onteY onteYeraJ Gen General Genoral ¬
I oral for the Interior ID Department wasrecalled was wasrecalled
I recalled to the stand for crosseaziin crosseaziinatloe U cross eacamin eacaminatlon uPatso
tso atlon 1 Itjr 1 Grande l ant t eia eiat fs fsLawler s sLawler
Lawler Admits Bias Biastook 13tutook BiasBi
t Bi leM accts took th tIN witness te tei t8tMIt totank
i task for esaiit evsantaT 6 6wJ his eftVs as a t 1Aa the fcfeememorandum thememorandum
memorandum which cla Awl < prepared preparedThe preparedThe
f The witness was cool aad coUeeted ts Ie Ieda7 today
I day la distinct contrast t to his demeanor dsa dsau demeanormess domoaaorupon
upon u the theilia stand Toeaday Toeadayi Tree ay ayZira
ilia a attornt mss ut a aia
ia s frame of mind when he heJiU8d pre preI
I i paved the m nresooraadum orandum for the Freel PreeJI Preeldent =
i I dent The witness admitted that ha JIB ha4dishonest JIBI hadthe
I the the b bias one honest teen has a aa agaima agaimaa
a dishonest maws maa cbarseJ whet he hee I Ispared
I spared the e draft of the letter tertor for the dieI theGrandes L Lresident
r resident = I Il
l Brandes asked th the witness whether I IIt
I I it was nut so that he had not included includedcertain 1JId1ldedfads includedcertain
certain facts that were easily obtain eWIaable ablateable i iwhich
able aDd put In other facts r regarding g gwbleb
1 which there was evidence in the office officeto
i
to the contrary
I Senator Sutherland S objected jeet8cl immedi immediately IInmediIy ¬
ately Iy declaria cIec declaring that the eoauatttee had hadnothing dDothiDa
f nothing to do with whether the Pre Presidents Proddents i ident ¬
dents dent letter letter was wassuggested right or wrong I Dea Deaby > eo eoby
by suggested that Braadeis was lath hidirectly JncIIrectly lathTartly
rectly seeking to attack the President PresidentSays Pre PresidentSays kleftt klefttSays
Says Cannot Help Critidsmg Taft TaftWelJ TaftWeIl j
WelJ Well answered Brndefe I cant canthelp caathelp canthelp
help crractotac the incorrectness s o o the thePresidents tJtePreMdeat theProdents
Presidents letterLawler letter letterLawler JetterIAwler
Lawler was next called upon by the theattorney theatt0rDe7 theattorney
attorney to explain whether or not notAttorney DOtAttonley notAttorney
Attorney General Wlckersham bam had men mentioned meDeoed menthat ¬
tioned Hto to him on September 11 n the fact factthat tactthat factY
that H M Hoyt d t Glavis request had hadcalled badcalled 4i 4icaIJed
called upon the Attorney General and aadasked adaake andasked
asked for a rolinc rulln upon the law of May
3 13K The witness said he didnt re remember re remember remember ¬
member anything liD of the kind kindKext kindNext kindNext
Next the attorney started on a Mae o oqueries of ofqaer1ea ofqueries
queries with the evident idea of die discovering dls dlscove diecovering ¬
covering cove whether wbetberLawler s Lawler w assisted the At Attorney Attorney Atto ¬
torney to General Generals GeneralIn In preparing his famous famoussummary fmCMts8UJJlIDIUy fa fasummary
summary summary dated September 11 n BW Ii 11 AtDenbys At AtI AtDenbys
I Denbys > enbyB request however he abandoned abandonedthis abandonedthis
this lead leadWell leadWet leadWelt I
Well interjected Nelson ur I had a asvsptchm aIRIIJPIcloa asuspicion
suspicion that you might ht have attempt attemptBrandeis attempted
eel to correct the Attorney Genera GeDerAlBraJldei GeneraBrandeis
Brandeis to whom this remarkaddreaed remarkeas remarkeasaddressed remark ras rasaddressed
addressed did not reply replyLawler replyLawler replyLawler
Lawler anticipated another line of ofqoestionimj ofI ofq
I qoestionimj q by the attorney at orney and flaally fiaeilydeclared flaallydeclared 1bIUyeclred
declared that t at ORe time Giavfe had hadprotested hadprote badprotested
protested prote teel against his LawlerS compe competency eompeteney competency ¬
tency tencyDidnt tencyDidnt
teneyldat Didnt you then write that letter letteras
as if you were President with that thatprejudice atprejudice thatprejudice
prejudice in mind asked Brandefe BrandefeXo BradeisXo BrandeisNo
Xo prejudice e answered aa Lawter La wier fli fliknew oer oerkJteW I Iknew
knew Glavto vis U 1 be absolutely untruth untruthfat Mntrathfmi ntnItJi111L
fat 111LDetectives Detectives Shadow Writer WriterFred WriterFred
Fred Denaet Commissioner skmer of theLend th thLand the theLBDd I
Land Office was then recalled for fur further furtJter further ¬
ther crowsexamination crcMM by Brandeis BrandeisThe Br BrandeisThe Ddeis I IThe
The attorney developed the fact that thatin thatIn I IlID
lID in one instance at least the Land Office Officehad OfAcehad Officehad
had directed Government agents eut to do doI dodetective
I detective work in running down a cer cerI oartab i itate
tab magazine writer who was attacklug attack attacking ¬ I
I lug Secretary etary Ealnnger EalnngerIn 1
In one letter which Dennett said he hethought hethought I II
I thought H H Schwartz chief of the theI the11ekl
I Held service wrote the writer says re reI re rei
I gardlng John L Matthews a magazinewriter magazine magazinewriter magazinewriter
writer writerI
I want to st et the skunk on record recordReference recordRetereace recordReference
Reference was also mad to W V JMcGee J JMcGee TXcGee
McGee one of the members of Roose Roosevelts RooseTelts Roostvelts ¬
velts former waterways waterwaystommlsslon Commission as asa asI
a dirty expert of the forest service serviceThese serviceThese I
I These comments were made in a let letster letter letter
ter to S J Coulter chief of one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Land Office stations aation In connectionwith connection connectionwith connecUonWith
with a request t to look into a certainstock certain certainstock certalRstock
stock company in which Matthews wasinterested was wasinterested I Iintero
interested interestedC teel i iC
C C H Hanson HarWont chief of flel field division divisioneffj divieionst
It Boise was J8O also ordered to stop eff eftat effj effjat effat 1
at St Louis and investigate Matthews Mattnewscorporattoni Matthewsco Matthewscorporation
corporation corporattoniNelsoa co corporationNelson a i iNelson
Nelson and Brandeis Clash ClashIn ClashIn I IIa
In connection with the reading of ofthese ofthese I
these letters Chairman Nelson ob observed observed ¬
served ed rather tartly Mr Brandeis It Itseems ittha itseems
seems that Roosevelt had Government Governmentagents Governmentagents i iageats
agents do certain work Do you think thinkwe thinkwe thinkwe
we ought to investigate tnveeU te the Roosevelt RooseveltAdminfetrattoixr RooseveltAdmdn I
Adminfetrattoixr AdminfetrattoixrBrandeis Adll nfetrtIoa tios tiosBrandeis r I
Brandeis retorted immediately Well WellMr WellMr WellMr
Mr Chairman if this Is s to be an Inves hivestbkazlon Investigation Investlttatlon ¬
tigation of the Roosevelt Administration AdministrationI K1 K1I
I think it would be appropriate to go intoafiother into intoanother intor
another r too tooCAN tooCAN tooCAN
CAN SUE CANAL COMPANYNORFOLK COMPANY COMPANYNORFOLK COMPANYNORFOLK
NORFOLK Va May 18 19It If the iOO 900
009 00 mortgage foreclosure forecl sur suit of the theUnion theU thete
Union U te Trust Company of New N ow York Yorkagainst Yorkllgaast YorCaanal YorCaanalthe
against the Alberoarie AJ AIbe 1e a and Chesapeake ChesapeakeCaaaJ Che ChesapeakeF peake peakeCaItaI
CaaaJ Company and others Federal FederalJtidge FederalWa F Federalthe
Judge WadifU Wa il d U yhelis holds thatcomet that the plaintiff plaintiffcooti plalntltrcooN
cooN MQ s e the canal C company but die dlsmtoiwd dlsI diemimed
mimed 1IIM the act lodes > n a ac to flf ftfttttwo two ot other otherdefendants rt rtdefendants er i
defendants defendantsit
it
111emb I Member r Board B ard Education I
I
HENRY P BLAIR BLAIRWh BLAIRW GLAIRWhet
Wh Whet Was Wa Appointed is t FBI the Vac aacy Caused by Zrpiratie of the theTen theTeal theTenn
Teal Ten ef f BarteR W jSvermasn
BLAIR is mm mmSucceeds
TO EDUCATION BOARD BOARDBarton BOARDSucceeds
Succeeds Barton W Ever Evermann Evermann Eermane
mann Who Retires Retiresoo CHI oldJm I I
i
JU a 3 OIlecy
1f Ilecy c P Blair who far mey y 7M yeeas yeeaswads
wads the lira 1tMIiIMaat to tile tiletIDa Corpora Corporades
des ota or Ute DI has Mea beennamed MeaJIIBCI
named Ity b tile Dt Supremo spr i Court Courtia 0Dartla rt rtin
ia general term ta nuccaed Marisa W WSvermaaH wEvenII WEvery
Every UIII on the Board ee at Bftaeattoa BftaeattoaMr JM JMMr placadoaidr
Mr Ever ETenMUIIl ann annMr term eess luau J1IIIeXr 3 3Mr
Mr BlaIr becomes a member of theboard the the1toenI
board oa oa1u1y July L and will serve for forthree totthree forthree
three years yearsshire YeSXr yearsdr
Xr dr BlaIr Is a native DC l4ew BamJt BamJtshira Hampshire
shire He was born In December 3IC7 3IC7His JIII7HIlI 11I7His
His father Henry William BlaIr was a alawyer aJa aldwjr
lawyer Ja er a member of the State legisla legislature JertIIIatare leglstalure ¬
tare in both branches a member of oCHouse theHouse the theHouse
House of Representatives and a Senator SenatorYoung SeaatorYounc SenatorDuna
Young Duna Berry Blair attended public publicschool publicschool
school in Washington lid was gradu graduated graduated ¬
ated in 1989 from Dartmouth uth He studiedlaw studied studiedlaw stud1e4a
law at a Columbian crow row George Wash Waahoa Washington Washington ¬
ington oa and was graduated in MC MCMr 1SIXr 1182cBlair
ton Mr cBlair Stair became assistant corpora cwrpraton corporation COIYJorUoa ¬
tion counsel la t for the District in 31iSince 1865
Since UN he has been practicing < law In Inthe lDthe inthe
the Capital as senior member of the law lawfirm 1w1Inn lawfirm
firm of Blair Thorn He is a member mem member mber ¬
ber o o the Columbia Historical Society Societyand Sodetyand
and to on the membership committee e ethe othe t tthe i
the University dub dubThe CluThe CltbThe
The terms of Mrs BUcabeth iabeth Bloeke Bloekeand Boekeand Hodeeand
and R R R R Horner as men members bey of theBoard the theBoard tileBonl
Board of Education E41 eaUou have h also expired expiredMrs expiredMrs
Mrs Hoeke was appointed to succeed succeedi IIIICICeedXrs succeedMrs
i Mrs Justin Tu U R Hilt who resigned from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the board before tbe expiration xptra oa of her herterm herterm
term t 1JIL Botl Mrs Ho Hke eke and Mr Mr Hor Horaer Horaer Horner
aer were reappointed reappointedThe reap pointed pointedThe
The other six member mem of tie board beardare boardare 1toanlare
are still serving unexpired un xplred terms termsBLOCKADE tenDSBLOCKADE termsBLOCKADE
BLOCKADE RAISED RAISEDAT
i AT BLUEFIELDS BLUEFIELDSPresident BLUEFIELDSPresident BLUEFIELDSPresident
President Madriz May Appeal ppel to toPowers toPowers toPowers
Powers Against UnitedStates United UnitedStates URitedStates
States StatesLDS StatesBLUEFIELDS StatesBLUEFLIsLDS
BLUEFIELDS LDS May 9 1tTM The Amen American Amerlan Amencan ¬
can ganbOHt gua Paducah drove the tltegov tltegovernmeat gov government ¬
ernmeat gunboat Venus away from fromBluefteWs
BluefteWs port this morning avL lid raised rateedthe raiMthe raisedthe
the blockadePresident blockade blockadePresident
President Matrix te expected to ap appeal appeal ¬
peal to the powers against the United UnitedStates UattedStates
States StatesJUST StatesJUST StatesJUST
JUST KILLED WIFE WIFEIS llJFEIS
IS CALM CONFESSION CONFESSIONYouth
Youth Y outb Displays Neither Haste Nor NorExcitement NorExcitement
Excitement In Telling TeHingof
of Crime
NBWARK Nlr < II WARS ARK N J Mar 1tA A leader Menderyouth steaderyouth leaderouthhe
youth outhhe he he later gave his age as twenty twentyfour twentyfoursauntered
fOUlSQuntered four sauntered carelessly into the police policestation policesttion policestation
station here today He had a cigarette cigarettein
in his mouth and nonchalantly waitedwhile waited waitedwhile wattedwhile
while Sergeant McGee posted aa en entryin entrY entry
tryin trY in the blotter blotterWhat blotterWhat blotterWhat
What do you wanU want asked the of officer officer offeer ¬
ficerOh ficer Oh nothing much I have just kilted kiltedmy kmedmy killedmy
my wife was the reply repl as he threw threwa
a revolver on n the desk deskInquiry deskInquiry
Inquiry revealed that he was Henry HenryHorney HenryHorne HenryHorne
Horne and that he shot aad i LIMed tted his htewife hisvie hiswife
wife Ida at her mothers souse In InBoyden inBoyden inBoyden
Boyden street streetHis streetHis
His wife and twentyraontheold baby babyleft babyleft
left him a month ago because he failed failedto
to support them He went to see her herthie hermorning herthis
this morning and asked her to return returnShe returnShe returnShe
She refused and the killing followed followedBAN followedBAN followedBAN
BAN ON PHOTOGRAPHS PHOTOGRAPHSWBLLESLET PHOTOGRAPHSWELLESLEY PHOTOGRAPHSWELLESLEY
WELLESLEY Mass 1oa s May MayJ19Dlrec MayJ19Dlrectors 11Direc 11Directors Direc Directors ¬
tors of WeHesiey WeHesl y College have pteeed a aban aban aban
ban on photographing the students studentswhile
while portraying male roles m plays IQsT playsThe
The T e action was takes because of the therecent tJa4receJlt didreceat
recent publication of th the f pictures of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two W Welleelox V es lot girls in male regalia r gata gataI
I
>
<
TELLS OF SPRING SP1GUSED SPRINGUSED SPRINGUSED
USED IN WEIGHING WEIGHINGFormer
Former Tallyman TalI an Describes DescribesShortweight DescribesShortweight DescribesShortwei
Shortwei Shortweight g ht Contrivance ContrivanceMKW ContrivanceAtHeiktHeariiig
AtHeiktHeariiig AtHeiktHeariiigXiiW At H6 Ilea x xe xc
e
MKW c W YORK y May IDamaging 3S SD BamagBag elisaoe evi evieasptoyes endirectly
isaoe directly iarmlicetleg ae for toreIIIIPIoY forynr
ynr easptoyes of the A American Sugar SugarBeftntng SagarJlie SugarAednhng
Beftntng Jlie nm Company was produced todayat today todayat to 1
at the trial of Charles X 1 Hefke secretary secre secredatee
tary or the Sagar tnIIIt ust lid 1J a odates easedates
dates for conspiracy to defraud theAasersonent the theGovernment
Government aa = t Jfred Fred Scaderdpfeger dper whowwre who who3am I
wwre that he caMe from Germany lB lBJa ld11a1K
3am with a letter of introduction u4udJuA to for forthe 1br1 1br1cwr fbrner
ner eeeSmr cwr BeRIlb Bendersgd aDd was put putk putwork
work k BY that oaIcIl 1M a taf naa oa onthe i iUN
the docks He was shown the still stillsprig steHaprmg eIlVenuDeDt
sprig t > r Gcvemment i VenuDeDt alleges was used modto
to mcnrpilate e Jie scales and asked hT he heI
ey ever saw it before beforPabIT
I I P PabIT ssibly not > t that one be said but buti
I i all at f the taDymen on the dock Voettcer
DOW on trial Keboe Boyle and COyle
i i H serving ring terms on Blackweirs Island Islandi
i having DeeD convicted some months monthsge
i I go and ad myself had them and we
I j were WT ordered to use them Harry Wal Walt ¬
t ken the assistant dock superintendent superintendentI
I now on trial gave me the spring We
begaa to to we It ht ISO shortly afterI after
I Jam J MS F Vail was made deputy ser sorl serve
l T ve wr Pr Previously we had hang llDg bags bagsThte
JIIIeI wfth Id OR the beam but alter
I Ute aaakS were ordered boarded 1Ip we
r aIl to we the thhe spriog5 to melts e the
short W weThis p
I TIlls w T18 as he first direct statesMat of ofJS
I any JS fo for Mr > t trust employe tnsTthe tnsTthepring that th the thespring
spring h b hid c been used usedLIEUT edLIEUT usedLIEUT
I
LIEUT COL LANOF LANGFETT LANGFETTFORMALLY LANOFETTFORMALLY ETT ETTFORMALLY
FORMALLY REPORTSfJ REPORTS
fJ Lleut CoL ° W W C Lansfett Engineer Engt
Cc U S P A
orps reported to the De
parement of Commerce < and Labor today
as engineer secretary of the Lighthouse
Boar ord t to succeed Lieut CoL w E EM E
ClaighllL ClaighllLMONEY CraigtdlLMONEY
MONEY LOVE SCORED SCOREDIN
M CAUSTIC TEiS TEiSRace
Race for Gain and Social SocialVice Soci SocialVice l lVic
Vice Attacked By ByModerator BylVloderator B Y YModerator
Moderator ModeratorATLANTIC lVloderatorATLANTIC ModeratorATLANTIC
ATLANTIC CITY N X 7 May l y 10 19Re 19ReXodOltor ILRe ILRet1rlmg Re Retfamp
tfamp Modocator James M Barfcijy o oDetroit of ofDetroIt ofDetroit
Detroit Mich M1c t In opening the T1 l r 3d an annual an ¬
nual session Of the Northern General GeaeralAssembly GeneralAseembty
Assembly 8 o fthe Presbytermn PreIJb rIaa QaBroh of ofthe ofthe
the United States today tGda attacked tta ked therace the therace theraee
race foe gain ADd the Modal vice vlc In this thiserica thistOCDtrY thFscountry
country as the two Teat aim or Am Axecries
erica ericaThe criesThe ricaTJIe
The Rev Barkley took for his subject subjectGtvtog subjectGtriAb r
Giving Praylnsr Witnessing vJtne slr < and hissermon his hissermon hisermon
sermon was one of
the most caustic a aretiring aretiring
retiring reUrln mrtferater m derater ever deHv delivered deliveredThe deHvThe spd spdThe
The inordinate love e of money Dr DrBarkley DrBakky DrBerkicy
Barkley said which Is holding America AmericaIn
In its grasp Ss the parental passionate passionateroot
root of sins that haev Irritated thewhole the thewhole
whole world It has given us thegraI the graf grafCer C Cer C Cer
er la office and the white slave dealer
ta society It begets beI Betrayals of trust trustsprompts trustprompts tru8tafproDItts
prompts tbe robBery rob ery of ewe and it itlays ItJays t tlays
lays its bands of greed and grasp on onnaost onDtO onmoot
naost moot sacred sacred seasons and things and andprostituted satdprostituted
prostituted rO to Its unholy purposes purposesNAVAL purposesNAVAL e eNAVAL
NAVAL BILL UPThe UP UPThe UPThe
The naval appropriation btU will be betaken betaken
taken taken up fAr coasWemUoji in the Sen Senate Sente Senate ¬
ate tO tOMOrrow Ofluw It was again favorafcty favorafctyfrom fa fafNm faiocabyRant
from UM Naval ASMrs Cora Conttndey Coraaotfy Comaa
tndey aotfy and notice was given ern by bySeasfenr bT1erkJRs
Sinter Perkins Rep Cat Oiat t he hewoifid BeoUld hewoiM
woifid oUld call it arjj 1iI for action act1ontonwrror tomorroar w
SCIENTISTS SAY SAYTAIL SAYTAIL
TAIL OF CUEAmerican COMETIS CUE COMEr1SSTILLTOCOME
IS 1SSTILLTOCOME 1SSTILLTOCOMEAmerican STill TO COME COMEAmerican
American and Foreign As Astronomers As Astronomers Astronomers ¬
tronomers Declare Appen Appendage Appenge Appendage ¬
dage ge Will Come Tonight TonightSOME TonightSO TonightSOME
SOME SO 1E SAY EARTH EARTHIS
IS TWICE VISITEDTheory VISITED VISITEDTheory VISITEDTheory
Theory That Curve Is Se Great ItMissed It ItMissed ItA11ssed
Missed This Sphere Is IsUpheld IsUpheld IsUti
Upheld Upheldhas UtiA
A carve J Ute tall ol HaIIe7s comet comethas eomethas
has upset aH eafeufcUioBg MktIl tMa and accord according according according
ing to some astronomers the earth has haspassed hallp86ed haspassed
passed through the comets tau twice twicewitbte tWicwlUda ticewithin
within the past twentyfour hours hoursOther hounOther hoursOther
Other authorities assert that the earth earthstIH earthmay earthmay
may not peas through It at aD all aDd andstill
still others declare the trip through thetail the thetail
tail ian began gaa at i oclock eIoek this morning
i Observations taken at the Naval Ob Observatory Observtory Observatery ¬
servatory and at several observatories observatoriesthroughout
th t the country show that the thethe tb tbplaaet theplanet
planet earth III night passed through throughthe Uarougktbe
the comets tall once e coming within the theother tb tbeIe tburensicrde
rensicrde eIe and that tIaIII nmtwig an another another
other tour r or ave b1Ieara boors was spent with within
in Ae cadet apqeniage 5 oC tile astraltistot astral astralviIIIt
viIIIt tistot
viIIItPuees
i Passes 3we we Times Tfcaesi TimesdbI TomesObeervadone
i ObfiervatloBS scenting dbI to some someastronomers olDefiro someastronomers
astronomers firo go o to prove that the theearth thert theearth
earth rt teat night passed through theless the tbeleas the1ess
leas dense parts of the eoasets ta tail tailbut tailbllt il ilbut
but that the main a part was curved curvedaway eunedawaY carvedaway
awaY away so that the earth passed passedI p1iJIedthrougk passedthrough
I through it at s later hew According Accordingto
to Prof Ball of the NaTal Ob Observatory Obervory Observatory ¬
servatory the earth last night came cameon cameon cameout
out on the inside of the semicircle ofthe of ofthe Ofthe
the comets s tail and this morning morcingpassed orntngp morningpassed
passed through UK other C portion ofit of oflit o oIt
lit It it Prof Hall said sattThe 814rJte saidThe
The tan of the comet was seen seenjvnt seenJwst seenjust
just a little before 2 oclock this thismorateg thisBIOnItng thiscorning
corning Just about the time the theby thewas theaoea
aoea was getting Jew Ja tile sky by byProf byPro byPref
Pro Morgan A little Jester severalother several Teral
i other persons connected e4I with watU lb the ob observatory obHrV1Lt observatoih ¬
servatory HrV1Lt who were worn watcfetag with withthe withtIte withthe
the Mea of trying to see any possible poasiblemeteoric pouiblemeteoric possiblemeteoric
meteoric k8Itea Us shea also saw the tail tailwhich tailwhle taliwhich
which extended exh I1I from bedew 1 the hori bertson hone2On
son almost up to the mCky way wa or ornearly orJtery ornearly
nearly 99 decrees decreesTafl degreesTail
Tail Sees in EastThe East EastThe EutJIOb
The probable JIOb b18 explanation of this ap appearance 1 p ppearanee ¬
pearance oC the tafl hi that the eanM eanMshould ea car carshould t
should shouldeuld euld have passed through it aboutlittle about aboutHtt aboutJkde
Htt little e after M1 > 11 oclock o Jut alert but buttaetead bt bitinstead t tI8nM
instead the aH was seen ha the East EastThis EastThIs EastThis
This was pjoaasly due to the tact that thatthe tt t h o tthe t ttlte
the earth did actually pass througsince throug throughsome througIIOIDe
some of the less den defies e parts of the tall tajTbut tallbut tailbut
but the mate part was curved cm > ed away awaythat s sthat
that the earth passed through it some somhours 80mPb01US somehours
hours later the particular time not be bfIlag ht ¬
Ilag t tag known
Professor Henry Norris Russell of ofPrinceton o oi 0j
i Princeton on the other hand assert assertthat SM assertthat r rUlat
that the earth did not pass through th thleonsefs ti IiI i ieo
comets I eo ets tall test night t but that tt iiieapected ttbegan t1long
long expected contact between the t tbod1eI is isbodies
bodies began at eiaist oclock this morr morrliDS morrIlng
liDS liDSI
I Still 1 another theory Is that advance a advanceby VDet > i iby iby
by Hervard rvanI authorities Astronomer Aatronomerj Astronomerthere DOmr
1 there declared today that 11 f u th earth earthwill eatsues rt1 rt1pes
sues thloar the comets tall at all i iwill
J will make a the trip some time today todaytOllibiat todaytonight T Ttonight
tonight tOllibiatWaste Wastes Vigils VigilsLast Vig2si s sLaJK
i Last nights s vigils were wasted ed edtorts < > f feaUsts fforts
torts according s to these and other sri scieatWs srientists
eaUsts whose calculations they agre agrein agreIn agreIn
in In as the curvature in the comets ap appendage 3 3peDdace appeada ¬
t peada pendage ge was not known Del cone consequently coneqsently n8 n8tIIMl ¬
quently not allowed for in the t twould figure nguresi figurethat
i that indicated tIIMl that the earth hurt nieh niehi nihwould
i would sweep through a mOHan mWi milt miiemore miltnwre mile milemere
more cr less of the comets hapalpabu hapalpabui IIIIpalpaalterJD8 + ie ieaftermath
i aftermathProf aftermath aftermathProt I Iroc
roc O C Wendell the Harvard to today t tdy ta taday >
day said saidI saidw
i w Vie cbtaIIMMI DO data ta last tdgl or an anImportaDC any
I importance I have always contender contenderfar cobtendeTthat > T Tthat
that the taft of BaUe g COMet 1agg1 1agg1far Iagg l lfar
far behind the nucleus I think that w wwin Wwin wwill
win paf puss through rough the tall of the com cornsome f fCaa t tsome
some time Rt4 today tr we peas through throughat
at aL al
aLCan
Can Be Sees Ts TeMpt TeMptAn TnibtAn git gitAn
An English astronomer Dr CommeT CotnmelIon CommeTlen Comme1lea
len who with Dr CroweD another anotternoted anoUfnoted anothernoted
noted astronomer is at the Qreenwick QreenwickObeervatory 1nIImwiekObenraWI7 GreenwieObservatory <
Observatory in Kngland believes bole es tba thahe that thatbe t tbe
be will pass through the tall of tL tnfccmet tLeDtet tLc >
fccmet eDtet c mnet as ate as tonightThom tonight tonightThese t tThese
These two men have both studi studhI studhIHaJIes T THaIIeys
stud
HaIIeys Ha legs comet carefully and have haveenlated cal calculated caculated ¬
culated its orbit around the sue and s set setthe lt ltUK t ttho
the time for our passage through the thefilmy th thfttmy theItknny
filmy taiL There is some doubt of nor norpassage I norpasssage n nLSge
passage through the tall at an as th thtail t tht thttail h htall >
tail lies In a curved and sweeping poi position poitJoR pa i ities ¬
ties The length of time required to topass t tpass o opass
pass through eugb the tall hi purely probimalice proble problematical probhJI1tJcl ¬
malice Tonight t the tan of the com comshould comashould r rshouW
should be seen lying lo walong the WPS WPSt W4 W4ern weI >
I t ern horiaon borl on about fifty minutes aft aftI after aftersunset nr nrsunset
sunset su ftt The nucleus of the comet may maybe m m1te traybe
I be seen tonight but is is probable thai thaiit thaIt thatIt
it win be Jav involved in the twilight twOightCOMET tflfW8htCOMET twilightCOMET
COMET NECK HITSDISTRICT HITS HITSDISTRICT HITSDISTRICT
DISTRICT CITIZENS CITIZENSEVERY CITJZENSEVERY
EVERY ONE HAS IT ITGot ITGot ITGot
Got a crick in your seek this morn mornIng morning morning
IngThroat Ing
Throat t sore from spending < the night nighton
on the roof rofByes rMfEyes roofEyes
Eyes burn from lack of ofFeel Manp ManpFed 1
Feel aWe and not dtapoeed to towork towork towork
I
work workTes workYes workYes
Yes Wall W M those are the symptoms 87JIIptGmJYou symptomsYou symptomsTea
You have comet fever And althnug atthnugMr althnugMr altbou altbouMr >
Mr Hatters coquettish uett comefk toils toilsdancing today todaydaadas t 3 3daaeiac
dancing merrHy through space inlif inliffrent in In1 In1ftltnt lf lffflwnt
fflwnt to the thousands t of j poor > o r disai dianpointed disaipointed dbHpolnt
pointed polnt d mortals oa earth you will watch watchagain watriiagain wat watacam
again touiebC Thats rnt s theway the way the fevr fevra fey feyaffects e eaJects
affects a C cts people You cant resist th thspoil t ii iispell 1 1apell
spoil which this fihtatioufi 1Urtatto ail wh whuaretiaaie whuareltallle1Md7 wtunreliable
unreliable uareltallle1Md7 asoraf body known as HaUr Halittcomet Hal irt irtcomet v vcomet
comet tats cast over you TaeThe youThe Y8LXhe
The earth dM cot = t beg bests to asa
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